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Nubia Red Magic 3 has a built-in camera and can record 8K videos

Red Magic 3

We’ve just observed any semblance of ASUS and Black Shark offering external cooling fans for their gaming cell phones, yet the people over at Nubia figure the time has come to stuff a fan inside a telephone. Today, the Chinese brand disclosed the Red Magic 3 which not just packs a “liquid cooling” copper heat pipe, yet additionally an internal cooling fan.

This little fan is said to run unobtrusively yet can turn up to 14,000 rpm, and it has an IP55 rating in addition to its very own isolated chamber, so you won’t need to stress over fluids and residue getting in. It’s obviously useful for more than 30,000 hours of constant use, however, Nubia didn’t determine the speed utilized for the test. In any case, consolidating this fan with the warmth pipe, the telephone’s warmth exchange execution is evidently multiple times superior to anything conventional passive cooling techniques, along these lines guaranteeing a smooth gaming knowledge for a more drawn out period.

Much like its ancestors and some immediate contenders, the Red Magic 3 accompanies adjustable capacitive shoulder triggers and an RGB LED strip on the back to keep aggressive gamers glad. As a little something extra, the fingerprint sensor above the RGB strip can likewise be mapped as a button for gaming. The telephone has additionally acquired the equipment switch for flipping the “Red Magic Game Space 2.0” dashboard, where you can get to your game library and related settings – including fan speeds, screen recording, and notifications.

The remainder of this Android 9 telephone is practically a swamp standard leader with a couple of rewards. You get the typical Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of capacity, in addition to there’s a liberal 5,000mAh battery with USB Power Delivery quick charge of to 27W (perfect with QC 4.0).

Concerning cameras, the Red Magic 3 accompanies a 48-megapixel f/1.7 primary imager controlled by a Sony IMX586 sensor, alongside a 16-megapixel f/2.0 front camera however with an unknown sensor. Tragically, there’s no optical adjustment here, yet the fundamental camera is setting two new records in the mobile business: it can clearly deal with 8K – truly, 8K – video recording, and it likewise has a super slow motion mode of up to an incredible 1,920 fps.

Things get somewhat more fascinating on the visual and sound side: the 6.65-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen handles HDR and packs a 90Hz refresh rate – the last will be bolstered by titles like Vainglory, Forsaken World, Heroes of the Multiverse, Peak Tank and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. The forward facing stereo speakers work with DTS:X encompass sound, and the triple-mic noise cancellation proves to be useful for the individuals who like to stream their ongoing interaction. Talking about, there’s as yet a 3.5mm earphone jack here as well.

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